Do you have a special skill or talent, or are you part of a existing Network and would like to be included in our list Please send us your information to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The following is a list of groups that provided the name of their group and answered ‘Yes’ to the question: “Would it be ok to list your group as part of a PLHIV Network Empowerment Resource List that would be available on the internet?”
API Wellness – API Wellness is an LGBTQ and people of color health organization that transforms lives by advancing health, wellness, and equality.
The Banyan Tree Project – The Banyan Tree Project is a national social marketing campaign to stop HIV/AIDS-related stigma in Asian & Pacific Islander (A&PI) communities.
Community Access National Network -The mission of the Community Access National Network (CANN) is to define, promote, and improve access to healthcare services and supports for people living with HIV/AIDS and/or Viral Hepatitis through advocacy, education, and networking.
THRIVE SS – The mission of the THRIVE SS is to help HIV-Positive people to not only achieve viral suppression, but also to aid them in building a local network that is self-sustaining, uplifting and mutually beneficial.
ICW North America – ICW-NA is a regional network of ICW Global – a network by and for women living with HIV – working in USA and Canada. ICW-NA’s mission is to lead efforts to secure and improve the quality of life for women living with HIV in Canada and the United States by mobilizing, organizing, advocating, mentoring and raising consciousness on the issues and policies that directly impact women living with HIV.
State Networks – Each State name is a link to the specific State HIV AIDS information resource page.
Provides housing (temporary and permanent) for HIV-positive, low income, homeless individuals in Alabama. Also provides substance abuse treatment, transportation services and outreach to HIV-positive individuals in rural Alabama.
Healthcare, education and emergency financial assistance for people with HIV/AIDS and their families.
Provides education, support, home health care services, housing services and medical care assistance to people with HIV who have limited funds.
Interior AIDS Association (Fairbanks)
Offers financial assistance for low-income HIV-positive individuals and their families to assist with housing, medical care, medication, mental health, nutrition, rehabilitation and case management.
Provides HIV testing and counseling.
Provides information, education, training, technical assistance, workshops, seminars and research opportunities for HIV-positive people.
Provides a myriad of support services and referrals, including case management, testing, counseling, prevention education and limited emergency financial assistance, for the HIV/AIDS community.
Primary medical care, case management, confidential HIV testing and community education.
Mississippi Positive Network (MSPN) – Contact Robin Webb – email@example.com (copy/paste)
Nebraska AIDS Project – Provides case management, referrals, advocacy, mental health therapy and addiction counseling for HIV-positive individuals.
Texans Living with HIV – Contact Venita Ray – firstname.lastname@example.org (copy/paste)